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November 27, 2009

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What a beautiful idea! tfs

Isn't it funny how everyone wanted to get rid of their garish flocked wallpaper from several decades ago, and now it's in vogue! Oh, but these are so much prettier!
Brenda

I have to try this!! What a great idea, soooo pretty. I die for vintage wallpaper.

I am so happy to see how to use the flocking product. Thanks for your post, bravo!

that's such a nice thing to do. I wish we had Martha products over here. I ought to email her and suggest it :O)

Glad you had a lovely Thanksgiving.

That's a great idea. It's funny because I just picked up one of those pens the other day.

martha stewart glue pens are one of my very favorite supplies. they are just the best and i am amazed at how long i have been using the same pen!

now i want to go to michaels. could i be there any more often?

beautiful post, jessica

xo

Great idea. I was in heaven when I discovered Martha's new flocking powder. I bought a ton of them, with no projects in mind. I use it on everything now, it finishes everything off just perfectly. I will have to try flocking my own paper. Thanks for sharing!
KATe

Awesome. I like what you did with the wallpaper, I would have never thought about a wallpaper editing... ever.

Nice.

Thanks Jessica

It's great to see fresh, creative ideas that have never been done before.

Where did you find the yellow and tan flocked wallpaper?

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